A sketch comedy series set in suburban Australia, featuring one-off sketches and regular appearances by characters including schoolgirl Kylie Mole (Mary-Anne Fahey), greengrocer Con the ... See full summary »
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Mark Mitchell Mark Mitchell ...  Con Dikaletis the Fruiterer / ...
Mary-Anne Fahey Mary-Anne Fahey ...  Kylie Mole
Ian McFadyen Ian McFadyen ...  David Rabbitborough (1988-1989)
Glenn Robbins Glenn Robbins ...  Uncle Arthur / ...
Kim Gyngell ...  Col'n Carpenter (1988-1989)
Russell Gilbert Russell Gilbert ...  Russ the Postie (1988-1989)
Christine Keogh Christine Keogh ...  Various roles (1988-1989)
Siobhan Tuke Siobhan Tuke ...  Various roles (1988-1989)
Tim Smith Tim Smith ...  Various Roles (1988)
Peter Rowsthorn Peter Rowsthorn ...  Newsplanet Frontman (1989)
Paula Gardner Paula Gardner ...  Various roles (1989-1990)
Marilyn O'Donnell Marilyn O'Donnell ...  Various roles (1990)
Alix Longman ...  Various roles (1990)
Alan Lovell Alan Lovell ...  Various Roles (1990)
Tracy Harvey Tracy Harvey ...  Various roles (1990)
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A sketch comedy series set in suburban Australia, featuring one-off sketches and regular appearances by characters including schoolgirl Kylie Mole (Mary-Anne Fahey), greengrocer Con the Fruiterer (Mark Mitchell), bickering couple Maryanne and Ian (Mary-Anne Fahey and Ian McFadyen), terminally unemployed Col'n Carpenter (Kym Gyngell), Russell the postman (Russell Gilbert) and pensioner Uncle Arthur (Glenn Robbins). Written by zzzorf

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Ian McFadyen turned down the role of Martin Kelly in Hey Dad! (1987) to do this show. See more »

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Spin-off Con's Bewdiful Holiday Videos (1997) See more »

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Legendary Aussie humour
11 June 1999 | by Jax-29See all my reviews

The Comedy Company is where many of Australia's finest comedians got their big breaks nationally. For a whole decade we couldn't get through a family BBQ without some relative or another doing their impression of Uncle Arthur, Con the Fruiter or Kylie Mole. Some of the sketches are dated now, but if you get the chance it's well worth a watch. Just be prepared not to think too much.


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Australia

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English

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Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

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Media Arts, Network Ten See more »
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